Damini Grover graduated in Psychology from the renowned Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University. She completed her Masters in Counseling Psychology from Amity University, Noida and also won the Gold Medal for excellence in academic achievement.
Born and brought up in a family full of doctors, Damini always found herself to be a little unconventional in her approach towards diseases and other health issues.
On many occasions she found her health concerns left unanswered by the medical profession at some point or the other. That’s when she realized, that there are things within us that do play an important role in determining our overall well-being. The mind-is the ultimate control centre for our body.
Overtime, she found herself shifting from traditional medicines towards Counseling, Hypnotherapy and Tarot Card readings, which greatly helped her in feeling empowered and healthier.
Her psychology background makes her a sensitive as well as an objective tarot card reader.
She is also a trained Hypnotherapist from the Institute of Clinical Hypnosis and Related Studies (Mumbai).
The primary reason for her to take this step towards reaching out to people and helping them bring about constructive changes in their lives, was the fact that sometimes we all get lost in our way.
Events, situations, people, bog us down. Knowingly or unknowingly, we make certain choices that become uncomfortable over a period of time.
It is during those times, that one needs an unbiased and objective view of things and situations.
While friends and family are always there to guide and support us, yet, at times, we all need guidance that is completely devoid of any emotion and allows us to search for cause and effect.
As a Counselor, her approach is simple and straightforward. Her aim is to see her clients happy and content with the choices they make.
She also happens to be a certified English Language trainer from Cambridge University as well as the Founder of Advaitya.
She’s also an avid blogger. She runs a blog titled “Wandering Thoughts”